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Laugh tracks in the dust

     Folks, it’s odds and ends time again -- when I foist off on my readers some of the “stuff” that’s been accumulating on...

I remember:  OUR Yearly  Football Game at Manhattan 

By Doris Schroeder Sitting outside in a Wild Cat football stadium and honing  in on my natural listening devices, namely the ears, I can hear a...

Road Rage

The clean-cut boys and girls in their blue and gold FFA jackets make me so proud to be a former member. That was certainly...

Chronicles of The Farm Woman: Accordion

A country girl has recently proven to be a social genius.  She went to the city for a week’s visit with an aunt.  The...

Chronicles of The Farm Woman: Young Graduate

Two hundred and forty-nine boys and girls received diplomas at the eight grade commencement Saturday morning.  A group of quiet, alert youngsters, every one...

Feral fowl

The past few years, feral pythons set free by people who had possessed them for pets, have been wreaking havoc in Florida by eating everything...

The Covered Dish: Calico Chili

First before I mess up again. I will be at The Cook’s Nook, McPherson, Kansas, Saturday morning October 4th I put the wrong date in one...

Laugh tracks in the dust

The lame-stream media are making quite an on-going news story about the fact that in the U.S. 40 percent of all the food produced...

Anyone recognize that big red sign?

We don’t know the maximum fine for a motorist failing to yield, but area law enforcement could raise more than a small fortune nicking scofflaws at I-135...

Midsummers and the pulsating call of home

Over the decades, the Midsummers Festival in Lindsborg has confirmed generations of Swedish tradition, encouraged new ventures, tried new venues and refined old ones. And over those...
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